Month: August 2013

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Feature and Follow #12 2013

Feature and Follow #12 2013

Feature and Follow Friday is sponsored by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.  The purpose of this event is to learn about the two featured bloggers each week, as well as to increase your own blog following by joining in on the fun! This week’s question/activity is: If you could only have ONE –… Read more »

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BZRK by Michael Grant

BZRK by Michael Grant

I checked this book out from the library because I saw the sequel was available on Netgalley, and I love the Gone series by this author.  The science geek in me really ended up enjoying this book.  While really we get to know several of the characters throughout the book, we… Read more »

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Quarantine (Alone #3) by James Phelan

Quarantine (Alone #3) by James Phelan

First of course I must thank both Netgalley and Kensington Books for allowing me to read an e-galley of this book.  I enjoyed both of the other books in this series, I think maybe a trilogy?  It did kind of leave at off at what could be an ending.  You… Read more »

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The Fallout (The Compound #2) by S.A. Bodeen

The Fallout (The Compound #2) by S.A. Bodeen

First, thanks to Edelweiss and Feiwel & Friends publishing for allowing me to read an e-galley of this over the summer.  When I saw this was coming out I was very excited!  I read the first book, The Compound, back when it was nominated for one of our state library… Read more »

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The Always War by Margaret Peterson Haddix

The Always War by Margaret Peterson Haddix

I’ve been a fan of Margaret Peterson Haddix since I first read Among the Hidden, the first book in the Shadow Children series.  I loved that whole series, and then got caught up in her stand alone novels, as well as her Missing series.  I’d seen this book around, and… Read more »

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Unfed (Undead #2) by Kirsty McKay

Unfed (Undead #2) by Kirsty McKay

First I have to say thanks to Scholastic and Netgalley for allowing me to read an e-galley of this book.  I got the first book in the series last summer when I went to BEA, so was very excited to see this become available on Netgalley.  I wasn’t disappointed, I… Read more »

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